Category Archives: Security

Bypassing QlikView Section Access

Today we are going to learn one very simple technique for bypassing QlikView Section Access security.

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Best Practices in Secure BI Development

Business Intelligence, or BI, is the art of using a company’s data to derive meaningful insights that can help a business flourish. But, whenever an organization grants anyone access to their data, it is also essential that proper security measures … Continue reading

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Logging Out of QlikView Apps

Build a “Log Out” button directly in your QlikView applications!

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Section Access: Circular References Are (Maybe) OK!

I want to share an accidental discovery that will likely change the way you implement QlikView Section Access forever—it certainly did for us and our clients!

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QlikView Ticketing in an Apache/Linux Environment

This article will describe one method of creating a Single Sign On (SSO) system to authenticate QlikView users originating from a Apache-based portal.

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Restricting user object creation

A question I often encounter is whether it is possible to restrict the ability to create new sheet objects to only some users (i.e. "Power Users"). This can be accomplished quite simply in version 10 through the QlikView Enterprise Management … Continue reading

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